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    Friends: The One About “The Last One”

    When the series finale of Friends aired on May 6, 2004, a reported 52.5 million tuned in to watch it live. Not counting anything having to do with the Super Bowl, no episode of scripted television has attracted close to that amount since, and it’s been twenty years. Also, it’s important to repeat that 52.5 […] More

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    Dawson’s Creek Is More Than Just a Teen Drama

    25 years ago this past January, Dawson’s Creek premiered on the WB. 20 years ago this past May, its series finale aired. In both instances, the show earned decent ratings and critical acclaim. I loved the show when I watched it as a teen, and rewatching a lot of it earlier this year for the […] More

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    The Sarah Connor Chronicles Was the Best T2 Sequel

    I was privileged to watch the first episode of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles when I attended my first and only Comic-Con in the summer of 2007. The show seemed interesting enough. I was a fan of the Terminator films, but I cannot overstate how little of a chance I originally gave this show. Let […] More

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    Westworld S4E8: “Que Será, Será” — Video Games

    The following contains spoilers for Westworld S4E8 “Que Será, Será” (directed by Richard J. Lewis and written by Alison Schapker & Jonathan Nolan) “It’s you, it’s you, it’s all for you Everything I do I tell you all the time Heaven is a place on earth with you” – Lana Del Rey (“Video Games”) I’m unsure […] More

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    Westworld S4E7: “Metanoia” — Cockroaches Shall Inherit the Earth

    The following contains spoilers for Westworld S4E7 “Metanoia” (directed by Meera Menon and written by Desa Larkin-Boutte & Denise Thé) After last week’s relatively slow, but thematically rich episode, Westworld S4E7 “Metanoia” moves at such a fast narrative pace that I was kind of bummed about it. I wish I could’ve spent more time with the […] More

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    Westworld S4E6: “Fidelity” — Prisoners of the New World

    The following contains spoilers for Westworld S4E6 “Fidelity” (directed by Andrew Seklir and written by Jordan Goldberg & Alli Rock) Westworld S4E6 “Fidelity” digs deeper than I thought the show would go in its focus on who exactly suffers when the “bad guys” win. Because of the thematic nature of the episode, which I’ll get to […] More

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    Westworld S4E5: “Zhuangzi” — The Beautiful Lie

    The following contains spoilers for Westworld S4E5 “Zhuangzi” (directed by Craig William Macneill and written by Wes Humphrey & Lisa Joy) “You have no control. And yet you’re so assured that you do. It’s not scripted for you. It’s genuine, isn’t it? It’s beautiful, really. A beautiful lie.” – William to a human in opening scene […] More

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    Westworld S4E4: “Generation Loss” — Answers & Questions

    The following contains spoilers for Westworld S4E4 “Generation Loss” (directed by Paul Cameron and written by Kevin Lau & Suzanne Wrubel) S4E4 of Westworld is not playing around. “Generation Loss” could’ve worked as a season finale. That we got this in the middle of an 8-episode season makes me very excited for what else is to […] More

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    Westworld S4E3: “Annees Folles” — Bernard Returns

    The following contains spoilers for Westworld S4E3 “Annees Folles” (directed by Hanelle M. Culpepper and written by Kevin Lau & Suzanne Wrubel) Bernard is back and he’s now Doctor Strange at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. Season 4 Episode 3 of Westworld opens with a sequence that could’ve been an episode unto itself (and I […] More

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    Westworld S4E2: “Well Enough Alone” — Slowing Down

    The following contains spoilers for Westworld S4E2 “Well Enough Alone” (directed by Craig William Macneill and written by Matt Pitts & Christina Ham) If you didn’t care for last week’s Season 4 premiere of Westworld, Episode 2 most likely did not change your mind regarding how you feel about the show at this point. It’s an […] More

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    Westworld S4E1: “The Auguries” — The Beginning of the End?

    The following contains spoilers for Westworld S4E1, “The Auguries” (written by Lisa Joy & Will Soodik and directed by Richard J. Lewis) Westworld is not concerned with holding your hand and walking you through the show’s narrative, and I suppose it was never concerned with that. If you couldn’t wrap your head around the multiple […] More

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    The X-Files: ‘Musings’ of a Not-So-Wonderful Life

    The following contains spoilers for The X-Files “Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man” (directed by James Wong and written by Glen Morgan). “Strange, isn’t it? Each man’s life touches so many other lives. And when he isn’t around he leaves an awful hole, doesn’t he?” – Clarence (It’s a Wonderful Life) “Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man” […] More

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